1968 Vintage Zundapp Motorcycle Ad: “Giant Killers”

Zundapp, the fabulous West German motorcycle…the most powerful 100cc cycle anywhere in the world. Getaway power combined with designer’s beauty. Results: always looks great ib the winers circle against all comers, big and small…

1968 Zundapp 100cc “Giant Killers” Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1970 Motorcycle Buyer’s Guide – Bob Greene – Petersen Specialty Publication

Contents: Which one has the muscle? We dyno test: Honda Four, Triumph / BSA 3, Harley Sportster, Kawasaki III, Eagle, Norton, etc.; How to choose the right bike; The 1970 Models & Specs; Latest Custom & Sports Accessories; much, much more!

1970 Motorcycle Buyer’s Guide – Bob Greene / Petersen Specialty Book available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1959 Vintage Motorcycle Ad – Ducati / Zundapp / J-BE Sachs

First Choice – Ducati Americano. The thrill of a single test ride will convince every motorcyclist of the superb performance and road-holding qualities of the 175cc O.H.C. Ducati “Americano”; Also shown: Zundapp Bella 150 De Luxe motor scooter; Zundapp 250cc Super Sabre – this tough “single,” developing 17 horsepower can do an honest 80 mph.

1959 Ducati / Zundapp / J-BE Sachs Berliner Motor Corp. 2-Page Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1959 Vintage Motorcycle Ad: Berliner Motor Corporation Building, Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey

Go and Grow the Berliner way! The reliable products, efficient service and dealer’s cooperation, made possible the success of the Berliner Motor Corporation, Railroad Street and Plant Road, Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, N.J. Telephone ATlas 8-9696

1959 Berliner Motor Corporation Building, Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1954 December Motorcyclist Magazine – BSA Pin-up, Zundapp Sabre Road Test & more!

Cover Photo: Across the top is some colorful action at the Winchester T.T. course in Pennsylvania. Jack Mercer snapped this shot with his Speed Graphic and 15 inch telephoto lens. In the lower left-hand corner, Jack (the Bear) Sackett gets into some fancy broadsliding on his Triumph at California’s Sir Kegian T.T. course several years ago. At lower right we find expert rider Stan Schmidt momentarily airborne as he climbs a hill on his Harley-Davidson in a recent Northern California hillclimb meet.

Contents: Tommy Byars wins Southwest Championship; Los Angeles Hot Rod Show; AJS and Matchless for 1955; Around the World with Angus “Red Beard” McMonnies; BSA Pin-up – the lvely Miss La Verne Daughery on a BSA B34 Gold Star Clubman; Vincent Sets New British Empire Sidecar Record; Grand Prix Salon; Ethel Russell recalls her 1919 motorcycle ride as Pillion Passenger to scenic Yosemite Park; Moto Guzzi Wind Tunnel; Jimmy Phillips / Pacific Coast T.T. Championship; NSU Technical Illustration; New York Thruway Opens to Motorcycle Traffic; Hap Jones Appointed West Coast Distributor of Norton Motorcycles; Werner Haas Benched?; Paul Goldsmith / Williams Grove Race; Velocette offers new Scrambler for 1955; Zundapp Sabre Road Test; Bill Martin / In Search of Suspension; History of Dunlop Tires; more

1954 December Motorcyclist Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1955 Motorcyclist Magazine – Roy Burke / BSA wins Big Bear Run

Cover Photo: Roy Burke, BSA Dealer of Portland, Oregon, and the 1955 Cross-Country National Champion by virtue of winning the California “Big Bear Run.”

Contents: Choosing the right spark plug; Kelley Appointed Zundapp Distributor; Big Bear Run; Indian Programs for 1955; Sportsman’s Hillclimb; Michigan News; World Tour; Triumph & Ariel Dealers Meeting; Sports Slants; New Horex Twin Announced; Early Birds; Motorcyclists in the News; Dealer Guide; Classified Ads; more

1955 February Motorcyclist Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1972 Motorcycle Buyer’s Guide – Complete Lineup – All Tech Specs

Presents all pertinent facts, specifications, prices and other related data on the new models of 35 (count ’em) different manufacturers. Covers many topics of interest to motorcyclists – riding tips, financing, insurance, legislation, protective riding apparel, accessories, comparative dyno tests of six fire-breathing 750cc musclebikes, plus a minibike section. Another chapter is on special custom built machines; and there’s a far-out pictorial display of bikes from around the world – whatever your two-wheeled kick, Motorcyclist Buyer’s Guide is here to bring you hours of pleasurable, informative reading.

1972 Motorcycle Buyer’s Guide by Bob Greene and the Editors of Motorcyclist Magazine available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1971 Bultaco Matador Mark IV – a switch to the five-port system

Road Tests: Bultaco Matador Mk IV – after seven years all it lacks to be the number one roadable boony basher is automatic lubrication metering, but it’s great anyway; Zundapp Micro Metisse; CZ-250 Motocrosser; Special Features: The World of International Motocross; The Berkshire Trials; The Enduro – A Head Trip; San Jose Half-Mile; Rescue 3 – Desert Angels; These boots are made for…; more

CZ250

1971 November Cycle Illustrated Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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Indian Motorcycle Champions of 1915

Cover: The Champions of a 40 year ago era (1915) – Left to right: Cannonball Baker, Al Ward, Morty Graves, L. Boido, Dutch Meyers, Fred Jacoby, Ray Creviston, “Crazyhorse” Verril and Charles Balky. The group constituted the Indian team and picture was taken back in 1915 in connection with the Venice, California 300 mile race.

Contents: Engine of the 1954 BSA; Crotona Sportsmans Trial; Michigan’s Thunderbird Scrambles; Hands off the TT Course; Motorcycling Scenes in the Phillipines; Old Timers Page; Dwight Mickey Wins 100 Mile Enduro; April Fool’s Day in Germany; Tales of the throttle twisters – Niagara area; An Orient from the Occident; Zundapp “IMC Comfort”; The “JoeBe” Scootruck; more

1954 June Buzzzz Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1966 Zundapp KS-100 – if you want a lightweight motorcycle, a Zundapp is better

Take the competition-proven Zundapp KS100 for instance. No compromises have been made here. It’s wheels are full-size, for better ride and stability at high speed over rough ground. It is a light machine – 168 pounds, but its scrambles-bred suspension and long wheelbase make it one of the best-handling machines in any terrain…

1966 Zundapp KS-100 -if you want a lightweight motorcycle, a Zundapp is better Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1967 Zundapp KS-100 Motorcycle Ad – If all you care about is girls, you shouldn’t read this.

The reason we mix these two is that we want to show that Bavaria produces more than one kind of beauty. Take the Zundapp KS100 for instance. No compromises made here. It is all motorcycle. It had to be to win its class in the Greenhorn 2 Enduro Run. Here’s why: large wheelbase, enormous ground clearance, high torque, elastic engine and above all extremely good acceleration. The Zundapp is ready to go – on trail or track.

1967 Zundapp KS-100 Enduro Motorcycle Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1969 The All-New Kawasaki Mach Three – Japan’s new terror weapon

Contents: The All-New Kawasaki Mach Three – Japan’s new terror weapon; Bultaco Matador 250 -the ultimate trail bike?; Tricks on trail riding; The Zundapp I.S.D.T.; Trail Bikes on Trial – A long look at Honda CL-90, Yamaha L5-T, Suzuki TC-120 and Hodaka Ace 100 Trail Machines; Two Stroke vs. Four; Pick the right tires; It’s a frame-up -how good are those frame kits?; Honda’s Best Seller – The CL-350 Scrambler; Yamaha’s new winner – the AT-1 Enduro; Maico’s Monster – a dirt racers dream, the X4-A; The Iron Men – the men of Europe’s moto cross circuit; more

CL350 AT1 CL90 L5T TC120 X4A

1969 Summer Popular Cycling Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1959 Ducati Motorcycle Prices

Look over the Berliner line and select your 1959 cycle! From Italy, the fabulous Ducati’s, race-designed with you in mind. From Germany, the tried and tested Zundapp. From Germany, Sachs Scooters and Motorcycles. Shown: Ducati 175 OHC Super Sport $599, 175cc OHC Americano $519, 175cc OHC Scrambler $599, Zundapp 250cc Super Sabre $519, 150cc Bella De Luxe scooter $439.

1959 Berliner Motorcycle Line Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

1973 Dunstall 850 Norton Road Test / Specs – a different approach for Britain’s biggest Twin

Road Tests: Dunstall 850 Norton -a different approach for Britain’s biggest Twin, Rokon RT340 Automatic TCR, GRM Islo Trialsmaster (Grapevine Racing Motors designed by Bill Grapevine), Jawa 500DT, The Can-Am Brigade – four dirt machines with an innovative application of the rotary valve; Special Feature: Speedway! Zany, colorful racing tight as a banjo string; Competition: Superbowl of Motocross; Race of the Americas, Lima, Peru; Loudon Road Race National; Hang Ten U.S. Grand Prix; Technical: wire your Yamaha for night racing; Feature: History of Zundapp; more

500-DT RT-340

1973 October Cycle World Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

1968 Zundapp 100 ISDT Replica

Zundapp finds a home! McCormack International proudly announces that we have been selected to distribute the internationally famous Zundapp. After a few years of little activity in the American scene, Zundapp is coming back in force with three spirited lightweights – including a remarkable replica of the International six-days trials model. For the first time, this machine will be available in quantities to meet demand. It is a replica of the Zundapp factory machines that have won the International Six Days Trials for two years in a row. It was a six-days trials replica that Dave Ekins used to win the 1967 Greenhorn Enduro overall. This lion-hearted 2-stroke, 100cc unit beat them all, including the big 650’s…

1968 Zundapp 100 ISDT Replica Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com



1968 Rickman Brothers Street Metisse

Contents: Road Tests: American Eagle 750, Rickman Street Metisse, Zundapp ISDT 100, Bonanza Ace 100 Mini-bike BC1300SH; Technical: Righteous Frames; Mind Bender part 3; Hodaka Overhaul; Features: Cycling’s safest riders; Custom Via Racer; Trophies for the table – hunting by trail bike part 2; Carry a Spare – odd happenings at the Island (Isle of Man); Something Different – custom chopper; Competition: Isle of Men; Viewfinders G.P.; more

BC-1300 BC1300-SH

1968 October Cycle Guide Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

1973 Petersen’s Motorcycle Buyers Guide

By the editors of Motorcyclist Magazine. Full Coverage! Photos and Specs!

Contents: 1973 the year of excitement; Super Benelli Six in a row; The RZ201; Is the shift lever extinct?; Kawasaki Z-1 – 1000 miles later; The Amazing RT-340; Specifications; Benelli, BMW, Bultaco, Cooper, Dalesman, DKW, Ducati, Greeves, Harley-Davidson, Hodaka, Honda, Husqvarna, Indian, Jawa CZ, Kawasaki, Maico, Monark, Montesa, Moto Guzzi, MZ, Norton Villiers, Ossa, Penton, Power-Dyne, Puch, Rickman, Rockford, Rokon, Suzuki, Triumph, Yamaha, Yankee, Zundapp; Mini-Bikes; Cafe Racers; more

1973 Petersen’s Motorcycle Buyers Guide available at www.DadsVintageAds.com